Sci-fi cult classic. 1956. Spaceship is sent to a far away planet to investigate the fate of scientific expedition only to find 2 survivors, a robot and, a monster intent on killing the spaceships crew.cast:Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, and Leslie Nielsen ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi / Horror, Sci-fi, Robby the Robot, Anne Francis
Cult Classic Sci-fi Comedy. Alien female comes to Earth and gets caught up in sexual situations. CAST: Ewa Aulin, Marlon Brando ,Richard Burton, Walter Matthau, John Astin, Ringo Star ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Candy, Ewa Aulin, Sci-fi, Comedy, alien, Sci-Fi / Horror
This was the only film in the original Gamera series to be released to American theaters. It was originally presented in America by World Entertainment Corp. and Harris Associates, Inc. who re-named the film Gammera the Invincible. All subsequent entries in the series were released directly to television by American International Productions Television. Gammera the Invincible's American premiere was in New Orleans on December 15, 1966. Gammera the Invincible was heavily re-edited from its... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Gammera, Third Eye Cinema, 1960's, Sci-Fi/Horror
PSYCHORAMA This film is far different than all other films that I have made. I more less put this film together from existing footage. It is a collection of film trailers from the psychotronic film genre of the 50’s through the 70’s. I pieced together from my own personal collection of 35 and 16mm films along with collections of friends and even was even invited to take a trip down to LA to rummage through film vaults. I worked on this film secretly for more than 5 years . This film simply... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, Sci-Fi/Horror, 1960's, film trailers, trash cinema
Psychotronic Cinema is a program made in the spirit of old late night television movie show featuring some of wildest movies ever made. Frankensteins's Castle of Freaks: Count Frankenstein has been conducting experiments in an attempt to bring the dead back to life. When a caveman is discovered near the village and beaten to death by a mob of locals, Frankenstein acquires the caveman's body and brings it back to his lab where his life's work finally comes to fruition. The caveman lives again. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, psychotronic cinema, frankenstein, drive-in, 1970's, Sci-Fi/Horror
In the Middle East, a bomb is set off that creates massive earthquakes. Meanwhile in South Korea, a young couple is about to get married and the tension builds when South Korea sends a space shuttle to investigate the bomb site. The earthquake makes its way to South Korea, caused by a giant monster named Yongary (inspired by a mythical creature in Korean lore). Yongary attacks Seoul and makes his way to the oil refineries where he consumes the oil. A child related to the aforementioned couple... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, monster, Kaiju, cult film, 1960's, Sci-Fi /Horror
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Yet another copy of this shlock "classic" from Richard E. Cunha. Ripped from a DVD, it is (I think) a clearer/sharper version than the others that are currently available via the Archive. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: sci-fi/horror, '50s, Frankenstein, mad scientist, drive-in, monster, John Ashley, Richard E, Cunha,...